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A 16th-century arsenal for Portuguese caravels—small sailing ships—has been upgraded to this 28-room boutique hotel without losing its sense of place... Read More

This Manuel Salgado–designed property combines 50 stylish, color-blocked rooms and suites with a prime riverfront setting and proximity to the Bel... Read More

Located in a late 18th-century palace in bohemian Santos, the As Janelas Verdes hotel was home and inspiration to the Portuguese novelist Eca de Quieros... Read More

Located between the shopping of Chiado and the nightlife and eateries of Bairro Alto, the Bairro Alto Hotel is housed in an ocher, 19th-century baroque... Read More

Great Value A 17th-century estate near Pinhão with six antiques-filled guest rooms. Doubles from $148, breakfast included. Read More

Great Value Near Douro National Park, a small inn that offers 12 comfortable rooms. Read More

In a prime spot across from Príncipe Real's leafy central square, Casa do Príncipe gets high marks both for location (the heart of Lisbon's trendiest... Read More

Just south of the Douro Valley, Carmen and Paulo Romão have converted six stone structures into guesthouses with modern suites. Read More

A former convent—now a 92-room hotel—with candlelit arches and 3 pools on 23 acres in the Portuguese countryside.  Read More

In Lisbon, old-world charms meet of-the-moment design, and the city’s Corinthia Hotel best captures these contrasting vibes. Built in 1983 and... Read More

Portuguese architect Francisco Aires Mateus renovated a 1907 iron factory to create this affordable hotel. Keeping its exterior intact, he gutted the... Read More

The modernist, 282-room Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisboa was built in 1959 as crony housing on dictatorial orders from Prime Minister Salazar. Designed by... Read More

The intimate hotel features eight light-filled rooms with large French windows and marble baths. Read More

Traditionalists can book at this restored 18th-century town house with paned French doors and a subterranean pool and fitness center. It’s a 15... Read More

Conveniently set just below Parque Eduardo VII, the hotel has a classic-cinema theme and retro-fabulous rooms with Eames chairs, funky graphic prints,... Read More

Lawrence's Hotel, the oldest on the Iberian peninsula, is in the center of the small town of Sintra, about thirty minutes northwest of Lisbon via car.... Read More

Donatella and Pier Luigi Cavicchi opened Locanda Solomeo, the town’s only hotel and real restaurant. The Locanda is humble—everything, you... Read More

Toting the tykes along doesn't mean sacrificing style at this child-friendly urban hotel that pulls off a family-oriented ambience with strong design... Read More

The trendy Memmo Alfama is made up of three seamlessly combined 19th-century structures, all done up in a soothing natural wood palette that blends in... Read More

Memmo's second Lisbon hotel sits in the city's trendiest bairro, Príncipe Real, where design and fashion are paramount. Slatted oak detailing and... Read More

The NH Liberdade portends a hip new Lisbon, with its rooftop swimming pool, black-and-cream motif, and provocative details (like the faux- fur lamp in... Read More

This hilltop hotel surrounded by gardens in the embassy district was built in 1870 as a private villa and feels straigh out of Old Hollywood. Enjoy the... Read More

The history of Lisbon itself is present in Palacio Belmonte: it has walls built during the Roman and Muslim occupations and 59 azulejos panels from... Read More

Unsurprisingly, there's a muted football theme present throughout Cristiano Ronaldo's hotel in Baixa—World Cup posters grace the check-in desk,... Read More

An overnight at Italian architect Nicola Bigaglia's 1904 Valle Flor Palace—now a national monument—is like Night at the Museum. The decorative details... Read More

If you want to stay in the old part of town this boutique property has balconies overlooking the Douro River. Read More

About one hour's drive from Lisbon is Obidos, a well-preserved, walled medieval town built in 1282 and known for its cobblestone streets and white... Read More

A simple 31-room hotel and restaurant constructed from a foundry and two 13th-century houses. Read More

This 12th-century monastery turned inn, attached to a tiny church in a village of northern Portugal’s Gerês Mountains, retains its... Read More

This hotel overlooks the Corgo River from steep terraces, many of which were shaped by hand 300 years ago. João Ferreira Álvares Ribeiro... Read More

The palazzo-style buildings of the Penha Longa Hotel and Golf resort overlook the lakes, forests, and mountains of Portugal’s spectacular Sintra region.... Read More

From the Portuguese for "butterfly lavender", Quinta Romaneira offers a teak-and-fiberglass launch for a cruise between the grassy banks. The 1,000-acre... Read More

A derelict 15th-century palace in Alfama is now a discriminating 19-room boutique escape by discerning Dutch hotelier Heleen Uitenbroek, who has stamped... Read More

Six Senses may have started as an eco-leaning, rustic-luxe hotel brand, but one of its latest openings—a 19th-century manor house turned 57-room hotel... Read More

Quietly tucked within the walls of the Castelo de Sao Jorge, the Solar do Castelo is housed in a lemon-yellow, 18th-century mansion done in the... Read More

 Originally the 18th-century residence of the Dutch consul, the property opened as a hotel in the 1950’s. A Neoclassical building with frescoed... Read More

The 25-room Valverde Hotel is a converted early-20th-century townhouse nestled among Lisbon's most luxurious shops along wide and leafy Avenida da... Read More

Northern Portugal’s dramatic Douro Valley wine region now has a resort to match. Vidago Palace, an hour’s drive northeast of historic Porto,... Read More

The hotel has a bull’s-eye central location in the historic hub and compact but sweet rooms papered in metallic Fortuny designs. Read More

Located in the quiet Lapa neighborhood, the York House hotel is a converted Carmelite convent built in 1606. The surrounding garden and terraces allow... Read More

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